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Kubiak evaluated for stroke-like symptoms

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07:20 AM ET 11.04 | Texans coach Gary Kubiak sent a shock through the NFL on Sunday night, and the news remains fluid. [Kubiak] was in stable condition after he collapsed as he was running off the field at halftime at Reliant Stadium Sunday night, the team said. Kubiak, 52, was evaluated for stroke-like symptoms, a person close to the situation said. Kubiak did not suffer a stroke, the person said, but is undergoing further evaluation, including an MRI. The Texans said that Kubiak did not suffer a heart attack bHouston Chronicleut released no other details other than to say the coach was conscious and had a strong heart rate before leaving the stadium. He was joined at the hospital by his family. Texans general manager Rick Smith said in a postgame interview on NBC that Kubiak was "lightheaded and dizzy and went to a knee

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November 4, 2013  07:26 AM ET

Tough times for NFL coaches these days. Hope he and Fox recover quickly.

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November 4, 2013  07:30 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Tough times for NFL coaches these days. Hope he and Fox recover quickly.

No kidding. The players have been dropping like flies with injuries and now the coaches are falling apart. Tough job.

November 4, 2013  07:45 AM ET

Get well Coach.

November 4, 2013  07:45 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Tough times for NFL coaches these days. Hope he and Fox recover quickly.

What happened to Foxx ??

November 4, 2013  07:46 AM ET

That was scary to watch yesterday. I hope he is ok.

November 4, 2013  07:47 AM ET

Just heard that Kubiak was released sunday evening from the hospital andd everything checked out fine should be at the Texans facility today......

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November 4, 2013  07:56 AM ET
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What happened to Foxx ??

Scheduled for heart valve-replacement surgery this week.

November 4, 2013  08:00 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Get well Coach.

+1

November 4, 2013  08:06 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Get well Coach.

+1.

When I heard what had happened, the first thing I thought was that he had either a stroke or an aneurysm.

November 4, 2013  08:21 AM ET
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+1.When I heard what had happened, the first thing I thought was that he had either a stroke or an aneurysm.

Hopefully not. Being conscious and talking is a good sign.

November 4, 2013  08:23 AM ET
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Hopefully not. Being conscious and talking is a good sign.

Being in pain isn't though.

November 4, 2013  08:30 AM ET
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Get well Coach.

Yes!!!!

November 4, 2013  08:49 AM ET

Amazing the toll being a head coach takes on you. Speedy full recovery.

November 4, 2013  08:54 AM ET

He'll be all right, just a little stunned to be up 21 - 3 at the half.

November 4, 2013  08:55 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Tough times for NFL coaches these days. Hope he and Fox recover quickly.

John Fox is only 6 years older than Kubiak... I would have guessed more.

I'll bet they're both feeling about 70 years old right about now.

 
November 4, 2013  08:57 AM ET

best wishes to Fox and Kubiak

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